Wimbledon is home to The Championships and has been shaped by the passion of its players, from the legendary Champions of the past to the dedicated athletes of the present.
Famed for its green grass, white clothing and the Club colours of purple and green, Wimbledon is proud of its traditions. Its sporting heritage combines the best of the old with innovative solutions designed to meet the demands of the modern game.
All England Wimbledon tennis club
The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), also known as the All-England Club, based at Wimbledon, just a short distance away.
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
The museum is open throughout the year, daily: 10.00am - 5pm. Last admission is 4.30pm. Visitors to the Museum can take Guided Tours of the Grounds on most days throughout the year.
Wat Buddhapadipa in London was the first Buddhist temple in the United Kingdom, established by the London Buddhist Temple Foundation with the objective of creating a centre for the dissemination of theoretical and practical Buddhist teachings in Europe.
The London Eye isn't just one of London's top tourist attractions, it's an extraordinary piece of engineering design and architecture.
The town centre and surrounding areas, especially the Village, are home to a wide variety of restaurants, public houses and cafes. Ranging from bistros to health food, gourmet to Indian, it should be possible to satisfy any appetite and enjoy many evenings out within walking distance of the hotel.